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By GameInformer on 80

While many of Vive’s launch applications are demos or betas, Audioshield is a solid and complete game, and its ability to read and create playable tracks from any piece of music provides effectively endless replay value. This is an early testament to the power of VR to create novel experiences in established genres, and music-game faithful should seek an opportunity to at least try out this new take on interactive music play.

By on 90

Beating the shit out of incoming musical notes has never been this much...

By Destructoid on 95

A hallmark of excellence. It may have some flaws, but they are negligible to what is otherwise a supreme title. How we score:  The Destructoid Reviews...

By Hooked Gamers on 90

Light combat What do Daft Punks’ dreams look like? They probably look a lot like Audioshield, the new rhythm game for the HTC Vive. VR games are becoming more and more commonplace and it is hard for an indie game to distinguish itself in a rapidly...